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What do you think the effects of our sun flaring at the moment will be on our earth climate?
Hard to say what this sun flaring event will do to the Earth's climate. What is more important to Earth's climate is when the sunspot cycle peaks and wanes. Right now the sunspot cycle is on an upswing, and it appears to be stronger than scientists were predicting it would be. If the Pacific Ocean goes into a El Nino later this year into next year and the sunspots are still increasing, we could see a slight increase in temperatures globally on Earth for a couple of years, within a broader warming trend.
Solar flares generally disrupt electrical use throughout the world. However, when it comes to climate, it's hard to say. If it's strong enough to penetrate our magnetic field, it could raise the overall temperature of Earth, especially because of our excessive carbon dioxide output.
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